Table of contents for The Cambridge ancient history.

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Part I. Narrative: 1. The Flavians Miriam Griffin
2. Nerva to Hadrian Miriam Griffin
3. Hadrian to the Antonines A. R. Birley
Part II. Government and Civil Administration: 4. The Emperor and his advisers Werner Eck
5. Emperor, Senate and magistrates Werner Eck
6. The growth of administrative posts Werner Eck
7. Provincial administration and finance Werner Eck
Part III. The Empire: 8. Frontiers C. R. Whittaker
9. The army Mark Hassall
10. Local and provincial institutions and government Hartmut Galsterer
11. Rebels and outsiders Brent D. Shaw
Part IV. Rome, Italy and the Provinces: 12. Rome and Italy Nicholas Purcell
13. Spain Ge;za Alföldy
14. Gaul C. Goudineau
15. Roman Germany C. Rüger
16. Africa C. R. Whittaker
17. Cyrenaica Joyce Reynolds
18. Britain Michael Fulford
19. The Danube provinces J. J. Wilkes
20. Greece and Asia Minor Barbara Levick
21. Syria and Arabia Maurice Sartre
22. Judaea Martin Goodman
Part Va. Economy and Society: 23. The land Peter Garnsey
24. Trade and transport W. V. Harris
25. Industry and technology Kevin Greene
26. Commerce and finance J. Andreau
27. Demography Bruce W. Frier
28. Status and patronage Richard Saller
29. Family and household Richard Saller
Part Vb. Art and Culture: 30. Literacy Greg Woolf
31. Literature and sophistic Ewen Bowie
32. Philosophy J. M. Dillon
33. Medicine Vivian Nutton
34. Art and architecture Malcolm A. R. Colledge
35. Religion J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: History, Ancient